Kev's Dance Demo Reel


“I dance not to entertain but to help people better understand each other. Because through dance I have experienced the wordless joy of freedom, I seek it more fully now for my people and for all people everywhere.”
-Pearl Primus


Dance education has a whole new meaning for me after completing my graduate degree at New York University. My lens as an educator has been widened by studying educational theory from the likes of Paulo Freire, Maxine Greene and Yumy Odom.

Kev's Teaching Samples
Sesame Flyers International Choreography


“This is precisely the time when artists go to work. There is no time for despair, no place for self-pity, no need for silence, no room for fear.  We speak, we write, we do language.  THAT is how civilizations heal.”

– Toni Morrison


Although the political climate has shifted in this country, there is still a need for diverse and underserved communities to have a voice. I am that voice and the work I do speaks for the need of true representation at the local, state, national and international level.

Kofago Dance Ensemble

Kofago Dance Ensemble exists at the nexus of African dance traditions and the Black experience in America.  Our work is focused on healing and ritual through the performing arts.

Kofago Dance Ensemble


Kwanzaa Reflection

February 7th, 2019|0 Comments

Kwanzaa Reflection This article was originally posted on Queensborough Community Colleges website by Nicole McClaim. Click here for the original article. On Sunday, December 9, Queensborough Community College's Dance Program presented its [...]

Dancers Vision – An Approach to Dance Education

February 3rd, 2019|0 Comments

A true teacher in dance is one who provides guidance and mentorships for their students as they begin the journey inwards, letting their spiritual self shine through their dance. We meet our students as [...]